Opinion

Sufferings of Baloch Students in the Sindh University

 By: Saddam Baloch  University of Sindh is one of the largest universities of Pakistan but it lacks basic facilities for Baloch students. Baloch students travel far from remote areas to acquire knowledge but they face numerous problems and some of them come to the decision of quitting their educational career. It is grim reality that the largest university in Sindh ...

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The unimpeded   “MASHAALS”,

By: Syed Aurang Zaib   Mashal Khan has left so many unanswered questions and again put the country in an undesirable, ideological and institutional debate. His death has ascertained that Pakistan is not only the victim of extremism and fundamentalism but of so more and that these are not only Madaress where extremist thoughts are prevailing but the hub of ...

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Discrimination against Balochistan – A big flaw of Islamabad

By: Muntaha Fatima Balochistan is the 4rth largest province of Pakistan comprising of 347,190 sq kilometer, having the population of 13millions people. It has reservoirs of Natural resources, minerals, Sui gas hence playing an important role in development of Pakistan by contributing in fuel requirements. It has amazing tourist spots including Hanna lake, Hangol national park, Astola Island that also ...

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Health sector accountability—whose domain?

By: Yousaf Ajab Baloch   It was shocking news for Abdul Razzaq when he came to know that he had been diagnosed with cancer. The painful saga continued and he lost his complete hand up-to shoulder in two different surgeries.   “I had fever and visited a doctor for checkup, he gave me an injection. However, instead of recovering, my arm ...

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‘Scholarship-Race’, a Social Plague

By: Sheikh Naqeebullah In not a very distant past, the culture of ‘Scholarships’ along ‘Stipends’ grew strikingly popular, thanks to H.E.C! It also seems to be the only scheme, so far, by government which received considerable appreciation among the students, while parents, too, are no exception in this regard and seem alacritous to embark all their hopes and dreams in ...

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Job securing aspirants in UoB , await for recruitment

By: Aziz Ejaz It has been almost two years the aspirants for the vacant positions of lecturers in university of Balochistan had taken the screening test under National Testing Service (NTS). After announcement of the final result the aspirants kicked the ways open for their preparations to face the selection boards of their subjects respectively. However, their aspirations unluckily seem ...

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Why Hazara Community is marginalized?

 By: Ejaz Magsi Upon the collapse of Soviet forces the Jihadi groups took the throne of Afghan in the shape of Taliban and Al-Qaeda. The misery was that these groups did not sit idle after war and they continued promoting their self-based style of Islamic principles in the region. Due to share of large border with Afghanistan, Balochistan is prone ...

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CPEC: A way to conflicts in Pakistan

By: Syed Anwar Zaib Plans for Pakistan-China Economic Cooperation (CPEC) in strategic spheres appear to have developed in the mid-2000s with the proposal to create an Economic Corridor from Gwadar in Balochistan to Kashgar in the Western Chinese province of Sinkiang. Two necessary conditions of the Corridor were and are development of the port at Gwadar and creating surface transport ...

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Mashal’s lynching; where this society is off to?

By: Zafar Musyani Once ISIS members executed 13 teenage children who were watching a soccer match on TV. Perhaps, those Daish Elements thought that watching TV was an immoral act and this justified to them the barbaric killing of those juveniles.   And, such sort of brutalities have been committed time to time and again at different places by these terrorists ...

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Literary contribution of Ustaad Abdul Majeed Gwadari

By: Mariyam Suleman The sun sinks just under the horizon beneath the waves of Arabian Sea, touching the shore of “Padi Zir” (West Bay) of Gwadar. One’s eyes can run as far as possible through the endless ocean at one end and the promontory of Batil at the other. The moments we capture through our eyes hold hundreds of stories ...

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